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The original celebration of Cinco de Mayo marks the extraordinary victory of about 4000 Mexican patriots over several battalions of French troops on May 5, 1862.

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President Washington expressed genuine concern in that “the alternate domination” of one political party over another, thereby allowing one party to enjoy temporary power over the government that would use it to obtain revenge on the other.

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This sincere expression from Washington of his recognition of a Creator who helped him personally is a bit foreign to progressive-revisionist historians who depict Washington as a Deist.

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The Founding Fathers saw no friction between religious liberty and invoking God's blessings on America; American atheists disagree, and will sue to get their way.

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George Washington understood “the momentous duty” of his command, and truly “exerted every power in their service… for the support of their glorious cause.”

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Earth Day(s) is considered to be of the most celebrated days throughout the world, but not too many people realize that there are in fact, more than one “Earth Day.”

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FORT WORTH, Texas, April 22, 2016 — The last time America's currency evolved on a large scale, Calvin Coolidge was still president. The first...

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Americans should try to remember why sleepy boys and tired men awoke, and got up out of bed, and grabbed their muskets and shot to stand their ground against their own government. It may very well be a time Americans need to awaken once again.

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For the first time in nearly 70 years, the presidential general election sweepstakes may come down to an all New York candidate battle.

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The brave Americans had taken up arms not for a country, but for a cause – a cause that Thomas Paine would proclaim to be the cause of all mankind. It was not long afterward that the cause would be more cogently articulated -- in the Declaration of Independence.

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